Christchurch firm Stephenson and Turner are Hagley's master planners.
The master planners’ job is to map out the big picture of what’s possible for Hagley. As they’re required to do, they’ve based their work on our Education Brief. If you want an insight into what’s been guiding them, read from pages 21 to 31 [‘Linking the key aspirations of the school to space’ and ‘Description of new and/or redeveloped spaces’, or see the summary in the Hagley College Redevelopment Aspirations document.
Our cultural narrative – the names of our Auripo and Wainuku hubs
We are very pleased that the significance of the whenua our kura [Te Puna Wai o Waipapa] sits on and the theme of water have been explored through the building names Ngāi Tahu has gifted us.
‘Auripo’ refers to the swirls of water seen in a body of water representing the creativity of our students and their work; a flow on effect from one eddy to another.
‘Wainuku’ represents the body of water underground; the reservoir that wells up to the surface. Wainuku is likened to the core learning at Hagley and the space where the ‘goods’ are produced. Regardless of creativity, Wainuku is a puna whakaaro and a puna mahi – a think and work tank).
Please click on the image below to view the exterior renders and floor plans of the Auripo Hub.
Please click on the image below to view the exterior renders and floor plans of the Wainuku Hub.
Please click here for answers to frequently asked questions about our redevelopment.